2 months old baby

Question: My baby hasn't pooped for 3 days. Earlier he poop 3-4 times a day. He's passing smelly gas but no sign of poop. Have tried everything. Given him message, bicycled his legs, have applied hing paste on his tummy also. He is not fussy or cranky but I'm just concerned about it.

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Answer: Hello dear It is normal if ur baby not lassed poop from last 3 days. It is normal with breastfeeding and formula feed babies. Just check the wet diapers of baby. Breast milk gets easily digest and thers nothing left to poop out. Just mke sure u continue Breastfeeding ur baby at regular intervals is the only remedy.
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